Weekly Shonen Jump
Weekly Shonen Jump #2277 - No. 36 August 18, 2014 released by Shueisha on August 18, 2014.
All Might is the No.1 Superhero in the world.
Bartolomeo is the leader of the Barto Club Pirates and the commander of the 2nd division of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet with a bounty of 200,000,000 berries. He ate the Barrier-Barrier Fruit. He's also a passionate fan of Monkey D. Luffy of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Bian is a warrior of the Tontattas People on Greenbit. He ate the Bug-Bug Fruit: Model Hornet.
Eijirou is a student at UA attending in the hopes of becoming a professional hero. His Quirk, or power, allows him to harden any part of his body to extreme levels. When the students at UA had to choose a hero name, he chose Red Riot.
Eizo is the PR Director of Border.
Enedora is part of the Aftokrator Invasion force, that attack Mikado City.
Shoto Aizawa, known by his hero name of Eraserhead, is a professional hero and homeroom teacher at UA, a school for aspiring heroes. His Quirk, or power, allows him to "erase" or cancel out another person's Quirk just by looking at them. However, if he blinks, that person's Quirk comes back, meaning he mustn't blink in order for his Quirk to stay active.
Franky is the shipwright of the Straw Hat Pirates and a self-made cyborg. He built the Thousand Sunny. He is a former disciple of Tom, a fishman shipwright who built the Oro Jackson (Gol D. Roger's ship) using the wood of the Treasure Tree Adam. His real name is Cutty Flam.
As a freelancer samurai, Gintoki will do almost any job for an appropriate payment. He is known for his love of sweets and can get pretty violent when he lacks his daily sugar.
One of the best assassins in the world.
Hack is a fish-man martial arts master of Fish-Man Jiu-Jitsu who competed at Corrida Colosseum.
Very charismatic student in Kusuo's class.
Vice commander of the Shinsengumi.
Japanese artist who created the series of woodblock prints known as Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji which includes The Great Wave off Kanagawa, one of the most famous paintings in Japanese culture.
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